COVID-19 MASK POLICY UPDATE
Effective: August 15, 2021
The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas continues to work with health experts and comply with local, regional and state requirements when serving our communities.
The Dallas Y continues to put the health and safety of our members, program participants, children, and guests as our top priority. Masks are welcome, but not required in all Dallas YMCA locations.
As COVID-19 continues its spread throughout our community, we recognize the need to find a balance between ensuring businesses can stay open to serve the community and protecting the health and safety of those who enter our facilities and the broader community. The Y strongly encourages everyone who is eligible to get vaccinated.
Thank you for being a continued supporter of the YMCA.
The health and safety of our members, guests and staff are our top priority. If you have not yet registered for the COVID-19 vaccine, the Y encourages you to do so. Click here to see Vaccine registration for North Texas.
Click here to learn more about how to keep yourself and your family healthy physically, mentally, and emotionally in these uncertain times.
While our Y facilities are open and welcome you, we are pleased to continue providing great virtual fitness resources for those who are still more comfortable working out at home. Read more about virtual Personal Training, Les Mills on Demand, and more!
Previous YMCA Updates
Please read here for the YMCA update made on March 26, 2020.
For the health and safety of our members, we have made the decision to temporarily close all our locations. Click here to read more from our President and CEO, Curt Hazelbaker.
After much discussion and to prioritize the health and safety of our members regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are enacting the following measures immediately out of an abundance of caution.
The health of our members, staff, guests, volunteers and community are not only a top priority, but it’s part of our mission. Read a letter to our community from our President and CEO, Curt Hazelbaker.